Ovation

• (n.) A lesser kind of triumph allowed to a commander for an easy, bloodless victory, or a victory over slaves. • (n.) Hence: An expression of popular homage; the tribute of the multitude to a public favorite.
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ovation

1. A lesser kind of triumph allowed to a commander for an easy, bloodless victory, or a victory over slaves. ... 2. Hence: An expression of popular homage; the tribute of the multitude to a public favorite. 'To rain an April of ovation round Their statues.' (Tennyson) ... Origin: L. Ovatio, fr. Ovare to exult, rejoice, triumph in an ovation; cf. Gr...
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ovation

standing ovation noun enthusiastic recognition (especially one accompanied by loud applause)
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Ovation

[Australian TV channel] The Ovation Channel was created by Optus Television to `present dance, opera, theatre, literature, jazz, classical music, design and even fashion, food and wine`, modelling it on Canada`s Bravo!, which formally focused on such programming. In March 2006, management of the channel was given to Independent Entertainmen...
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Ovation

[award] Ovation is a Russian national music award in the field of entertainment and popular music. Along with MTV Russia Music Awards, it is one of the major mainstream music awards in Russia, with other awards in the Russian entertainment industry, such as Nika Award and Golden Eagle Award. The first Ovation ceremony was held in 1992, init...
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ovation

[Noun] Loud applause or cheering.
Example: The prize-winner received a standing ovation as he went up on the stage to receive his medal.
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Ovation

[U.S. TV channel] Ovation is an American digital cable and satellite television network that is owned as a joint venture between Hubbard Broadcasting and The Weinstein Company (each company owns 50% of the channel). The channel airs programming dedicated to the arts and contemporary culture including programs devoted to performance, people,...
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Ovation

O·va'tion noun [ Latin ovatio , from ovare to exult, rejoice, triumph in an ovation; confer Greek ... to shout: confer French ovation .] 1. (Rom. Antiq.) A lesser kind of triumph allowed to a commander for an easy, bloodless victory, or a victory over slaves. 2....
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Ovation

A tremendous applause given by an audience in response to a play or the cast members of a play.
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ovation

enthusiastic recognition
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ovation

In ancient Rome, a lesser form of victory procession (triumph) awarded to a victorious Roman general who had achieved minor success or success in a minor war. The Senate did not head the procession...
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ovation

[n] - enthusiastic recognition (especially one accompanied by loud applause)
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